Candle Safety

All my candles and wax melts come with a safety label Please follow the guidelines carefully.


Keep candles away from children,pets and draughts. Every time you light your candle be sure to let the wax melt all the way across the container. Failure to do this will result in the candle tunneling downwards leaving wax on the sides of the container. It takes on average 1 hour of burning time for each inch of the diameter of the candle. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Keep your wick trimmed according to the candle instruction label or to 0.5cm if no length specified. Always stand your candle on a heatproof plate, never let it stand on a bare surface.


Never light a pillar candle with the intention of only burning for a short while. Candles have memories strangely enough and while only melt as far as the last melt pool. Light your wick and leave the candle to burn. As it nears the outer edges, gently push the soft wax towards the center slightly all the way round. This is what is called "hugging" in the candle trade. It will contain the wax and help your candle burn all the way to the bottom. Follow this handy tip and get the best from you wax pillar.


Use only in well ventilated low heat oil burners without a lid. Do not add water. Never heat on a stove or electric appliance where temperature would exceed 190 degrees F. Melt enough product to have 1/2 inch of wax in pot. Use only in melters designed for wax tarts.


Take care when burning candles and other wax products. I cannot be held responsible for any injuries,loss or damage caused when using products from my website. Your purchase signifies and thus confirms that you read and accepted the aforementioned policies